I would recommend you try our Alice 6040 bra.
Alice has all the comfort of a soft cup bra, but the all-over French lace has more “guts” and is firmer than 6002. Alice is a full coverage bra featuring an M-frame for great bust separation and support, and has a flexible side bone to prevent the band from rolling. Alice is beautiful as well as functional.
Patricia from Houston Tx
HerRoom Response: Based on the confusion with sizing from style 110 to 6002, Tomima has modified her tip to be more precise.
We recommend going down a band, and up a cup size in Goddess 6002 which will keep the cup the same size you were wearing in God110
I know it can be very confusing transitioning from God110 to God6002. According to our conversion chart we suggest going down a band, and up a cup size in Goddess 6002 which essentially keeps the cup the same size you were wearing in God110. We’re so happy you like the new updated look and feel of this bra!
Nancy from Vermont
Goddess Response: The fabrication of the 6002 feels softer than the fabric in the 110, so it’s perfectly reasonable to assume that there won’t be enough "guts" to support the weight of the breasts (when I first saw the bra I was skeptical as well). However, as I’ve been working with it, I find the cups are extremely supportive, and the side sling helps to bring the breast tissue forward. You may have to change size if you’ve been wearing the 110. We recommend going down a band size and up a cup size (42H) in your case. I must say I’ve been very happily surprised with this bra, as the fabric feels wonderful, and yet it really does offer the ultimate in support and comfort!
Julie from Ohio
Goddess Response: Response from vendor: It’s easy to go up in the cup in this style, as the 6002 has cup sizes to an N-cup! Just go up in cup as much as you need for the perfect fit. As for the straps, all you have to do is fold the end of the strap back under itself, so that it is in fact doubled up. The support will be firm, and the straps won’t move at all in the metal clasps.
Goddess Response: Cheryl might want to try Jayne 6002
in a larger cup size to provide the amount of coverage she needs. This bra goes up to an N cup, so you can go up five more cup sizes.
Cheryl from Alta Loma, CA
Goddess Response: #6002 is built for extreme support, so there will be little or no stretch. Sometimes we can solve the ‘overflow’ dilemma with the “windshield wiper” move: That is, putting the two index fingers between the breasts and smoothing the breast tissue backwards into the cups.
Rebecca from MN
If the strap is folded back onto itself, there will be less wear-and-tear on the clasp, and the hold will be doubly as firm and secure.
Erica from Maryland